Dancing House has been given the nickname of the National- Nederlanden building in Prague, Czech Republic. It's a Croatian-Czech architect Frank Frank Gehryand V. Milunic. Designed to deliver the latest architectural project by the million, almost unlimited budget and complete artistic freedom. This building was designed in 1992 and completed in 1996.
The very non-traditional design was controversial at the time because the house is found in Baroque, Gothic and Art Nouveau Buildings, for which Prague is famous, and according to some it does not support well with architectural styles. After that, the Czech President, Vaclav Havel, who lived for decades near the site, gave a lot of support to the project, hoping that the building would become a center of cultural activity. Gehry originally named Fred and Ginger but this nickname is now rarely used; In addition, Gehry was later "frightened to import American Hollywood kitsch to Prague", and thus he left his mind.
The construction of the dancing house, whose official name is the Nationale-Nedellandland Building, began in 1994 and ended in 1996. In the same year, however, the Design Category Award was received from the prestigious American Time magazine, it was completed, and the building was very controversial since its inception. She did not just stand stylist, she also had asymmetry and, for many people, was not clearly a place in a more traditional environment. Among its opponents it is known as the Drunk House. For many years under the line, keeping in mind the position of the Conservatives, the people, frightened by the building, and after the dispute remained a disputant among people who viewed it as a symbol of freedom, liberation and democratic beliefs after the fall of communism.